Barcelona star pictured limping after Porto victory, injury concern not as bad as first feared

Barcelona’s victory over Porto was far from a classic, but both sides battling for the three points, which ultimately went the way of the reigning La Liga champions. However, it was far from a perfect evening for Xavi Hernandez’s side.

Gavi was sent off in the dying stages for a second yellow card, but perhaps more worryingly, Robert Lewandowski was forced off in the first half after suffering a blow to his ankle.

After the match, Lewandowski was spotted limping at the Estadio Do Dragao, although he did not have crutches, which was a positive sign for Barcelona supporters.

Multiple reports have since confirmed that the Polish international could be in contention to face Granada on Sunday despite the injury, which shows that it is not overly serious.

Lewandowski has been an integral player for Barcelona since joining from Bayern Munich in the summer of 2022, so it will be a big relief that his injury is not as bad as first feared.

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  1. It wasn’t even a foul or bad tackle the porto defender clearly got the ball lol he just followed through on Lewandowski afterwards with his momentum players nowadays are a joke honestly when you watch rugby players walking about split open everywhere and continuing on just as normal and then you see footballers like lewandowski,ter tegen rolling about on the ground like they have been shot 🤣 embarrassing.

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